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Title: Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX
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Creator: Ingram, Dewayne L.
Publisher: University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, EDIS
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1987
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ENH 135 Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX1 Dewayne L. Ingram2 1. This document is ENH 135, one of a series of the Department of Environmental Horticulture, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. First printed December 1987. Reviewed March 2000. Please visit the EDIS Web site at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu. 2. Dewayne L. Ingram, Former Professor, Environmental Horticulture Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, 32611. The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer authorized to provide research, educational information and other services only to individuals and institutions that function without regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap, or national origin. For information on obtaining other extension publications, contact your county Cooperative Extension Service office. Florida Cooperative Extension Service/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences/University of Florida/Christine Taylor Waddill, Dean. Propagation information is available on the following plants in the Landscape Plant Propagation Information Retrieval System (LPPI) accessible through the Ornamental Horticulture Submenu of the IFAS-VAX Menu system. LPPI is an interactive computer application developed for retrieval of propagation information on several hundred landscape plants. LPPI has been written in S1032, a database manager. The user can list plants in the database and retrieve information on individual plants by entering all or part of the scientific or common name. The database (Table 1) contains general descriptive information on each plant,the primary and secondary means of propagating the plant and important techniques to consider in each suggested propagation method. Possible propagation methods include cuttings, seed, layering, grafting and budding, and division. The information on each plant may not be complete but reflects information collected to date. The database will be continually updated as additional information is obtained. A more detailed description of LPPI is presented in Florida Cooperative Extension Circular No. 760, "Landscape Plant Propagation Information Retrieval System."

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Table 1. Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 2 Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Abela grandiflora Glossy abelia Acacia cyanophylla Beach acacia, orange wattle, golden willow, Port Jackson willow Acacia farnesiana Sweet acacia, popinac, opopanax, huisache, cassie, sponge tree Acacia koa Koa acacia Acer floridanum Florida maple, southern sugar maple, sugar tree Acer griseum Paperbark maple Acer negundo Box elder, ash-leaved maple Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood' Bloodgood Japanese maple Acer palmatum 'Crimson Queen' Crimson Queen Japanese maple Acer palmatum 'Virdis' Virdis Japanese Maple Acer pensylvanicum Striped maple, moosewood, Pennsylvania maple, whistlewood Acer pseudoplatanus Planetree maple, sycamore maple, sycamore, mock plane Acer saccharinum Silver maple, soft maple, white maple, river maple Acer saccharum Sugar maple, rock maple, hard maple Aesculus glabra var. glabra Ohio buckeye, American horse chestnut Aesculus hippocastanum Horse chestnut, chestnut, bongay, European horse chestnut Aesculus pavia Redbuckeye, scarlet buckeye Aesculus sylvatica Painted buckeye, dwarf buckeye, Georgia buckeye Agave spp. Agave Albizia julibrissin Mimosa tree, silktree, mimosa

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 3 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Albizia julibrissin 'Charlotte' 'Charlotte' mimosa tree, 'Charlotte' silktree Albizia julibrissin 'Rosea' 'Rosea' mimosa tree, 'Rosea' silktree Albizia julibrissin 'Tryon' 'Tryon' mimosa tree, 'Tryon' silktree Allamanda cathartica Yellow allamanda, common allamanda, golden-trumpet Alnus rugosa Speckled alder, black alder, hazel alder, smooth alder Alnus serrulata Hazel alder, smooth alder, black alder, speckeled alder Amelanchier arborea Downy serviceberry, shadberry, shadblow serviceberry Amelanchier canadensis Thicket serviceberry, thicket shadblow, shadbush Amelanchier laevis Allegheny serviceberry, juneberry, shadbush Amorpha fruicosa Indigo bush, false indigo, indigo bush, bastard indigo Aralia elta Japanese angelica tree Aralia spinosa Devil's walking stick, angelica tree, prickly ash, Hercules' club Araucaria bidwillii Bunya-bunya, bunya pine, bunya-bunya pine Araucaria columnaris Columnar araucaria, Cook pine, Cook's araucaria, New Caledonia pine Araucaria cunninghamii Colonial pine, hoop pine, Richmond river pine, Moreton Bay pine Araucaria heterophylla Norfolk Island pine, Australian pine, house pine Ardisia crenata Coral ardisia, coralberry, spiceberry Aronia arbutilolia Red chokeberry Aronia melanocarpa Black chokeberry, gueles noires Asimina parviflora Small flower pawpaw, small fruited pawpaw, dwarf pawpaw

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 4 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Asimina triloba Pawpaw, common pawpaw, custard apple Azalea spp. 'Kurume hybrids' Kurume hybrids azalea, drawf azalea Azalea spp. 'Pericat hybrids' Pericat hybrids azalea Azalea spp. 'Rutherford hybrids' Rutherford hybrids azalea Azalea spp. 'Satsuki hybrids' Satsuki hybrids azalea, dwarf hybrids azalea Azalea spp. 'Southern Indian hybrids' Southern Indian azaleas Baccharis angustifolia Narrowleaf baccaris, false willow Berberis haematocarpa Red barberry, red holly-grape, red mahonia Berberis thunbergii Japanese barberry Berberis thunbergii 'atropurpurea' Japanese red barberry Berberis vulgaris European barberry, common barberry, jaundice berry, piprage Betula alleghaniensis Yellow birch, gray birch, silver birch, swamp birch Betula lenta Black birch, sweet birch, cherry birch, mahogany birch Betula nigra River birch, blackbirch, red birch, water birch Betula papyrifera Paper birch, canoe birch, white birch Betula pendula European white birch, white birch Bumelia lanuginosa Gum bumelia, woolly bucket bumelia, false buckthorn, chittamwood Callistemon citrinis Bottlebrush, crimson bottlebrush Callistemon viminalis Weeping bottlebrush Camellia japonica Common camellia

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 5 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Camellia reticulata Camellia Camellia sasanqua Sasanqua camellia, sasanqua Camellia sinensis Tea plant, tea Campsis radicans Common trumpet creeper, cow-itch vine, trumpet flower, trumpet vine Carpinus betulus European hornbeam Carpinus caroliniana American hornbeam, blue beech, waterbeech Carya aquatica Water hickory, bitter pecan, swamp hickory Carya cordiformnis Bitternut hickory, bitternut, swamp hickory, pignut Carya glabra Pignut hickory, oval pignut hickory, red hickory Carya illinoinensis Pecan, sweet pecan Carya laciniosa Shellbark hickory, bigleaf shagbark hickory, big shellbark, king nut Carya myristicaeformis Nutmeg hickory, bitter water hickory, swamp hickory Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetica order by scientific name Scientific Name Common Name Carya ovata Shagbark hickory, scalybark hickory, southern shagbark hickory Carya tomentosa Mockernut hickory, bullnut, white hickory, white-heart hickory Castanea dentata American chestnut Castanea mollissima Chinese chestnut Casuarina cunninghamiana Riveroak casuarina, ironwood, Cunningham beefwood Casuarina equisetifolia Australian pine, horsetail casuarina, shortleaf ironwood

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 6 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Casuarnia glauca Longleaf casuarina, longleaf ironwood Catalpa bignonioides Southern catalpa, common catalpa, Indian bean Catalpa speciosa Nothern catalpa, hardy catalpa, western catalpa, catawba, cigar tree Cedrus atlanlica Atlas cedar, Algerian ceder Cedrus deodara Deodar cedar, Himalayan cedar Celastrus orbiculatus Asiatic bittersweet, Oriental bittersweet Celastrus scandens American bittersweet, false bittersweet, climbing bittersweet Celtis leavigata Mississippi hackberry, sugarberry Celtis occidentalis Hackberry, sugarberry, nettle tree Ceratonia siliqua Carob, St. John's-bread, locust tree, algarroba bean, locust bean Cercis canadensis Eastern redbud, Judas tree Cercis occidentalis California redbud, western redbud Chamaecyparis lawsoniana White cedar, false cypress, Lawson cypress, Port Oxford cedar Chamaecyparis thyoides Atlantic white cedar, white cedar, false cypress, swamp cedar Chionanthus virginicus Fringe tree, old man's beard, flowering ash Clematis alpina Alpine clematis Clematis flammula Fragrant clematis Clematis vitalba Traveller's joy, old man's beard Cornus alternifolia Alternate-leaf dogwood, pagoda dogwood, blue dogwood, green osier Cornus amomum Silky dogwood, kinnikinnik, red willow

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 7 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Cornus canadensis Bunchberry, bunchberry dogwood, dwarf cornel, crackerberry Cornus drummondii Roughleaf dogwood Cornus florida Flowering dogwood, dogwood Cornus kousa Japanese dogwood, kousa dogwood Cornus mas Comelian cherry, cornelian cherry dogwood, sorbet Cornus racemosa Gray dogwood, western dogwood, panicled dogwood Cornus stricta Stiff-cornel dogwood Corylus avellana European hazel, European filbert Corylus cornuta var. cornuta Beaked hazel, beaked filbert Cotoneaster acutifolia Peking cotoneaster Cotoneaster apiculata Cranberry cotoneaster Cotoneaster horizontalis Rock cotoneaster, rock spray cotoneaster Cotoneaster lucida Hedge cotoneaster Cotoneaster melanocarpa Black cotoneaster Crataegus aestivalis luculenta Shining hawthorn Crataegus floridana Jacksonville hawthorn Crataegus Marshalli Parsley hawthorn Crataegus phaenopyrum Washington hawthorn, Washtington thorn Crataegus punctata Dotted hawthorn, dotted haw, dotted thorn, large-fruited thorn Crataegus suniflora One-flower hawthorn

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 8 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Cuphea hyssopifolia False heather, elfin herb Cytisus scorparius Scotch broom Dalbergia sissoo Indian rosewood, sissoo Dalura spp. Angel's trumpet, thorn apple Diospyros virginiana Common persimmon, eastern persimmon, possumwood, possum apple Dracaena spp. Dracaena Elaeagnus angustifolia Russian olive, oleaster, narrow-leaved oleaster, wild olive Elaeagnus commutata Silverberry, wolfberry Elaeagnus pungens 'Fruitlandii' Silverthorn Elaeagnus umbellata Autumn elaeagnus, autumn olive Erythrina spp. Coral bean, coral tree Eucalyptus camaldulensis River redgum eucalyptus, long-beak eucalyptus, Murray red gum Eucalyptus citriodora Lemon gum eucalyptus, lemon eucalyptus, lemon gum, lemon-scented gum Eucalyptus dalrympleana Mountain gum eucalyptus, white gum, dalrymple eucalyptus Eucalyptus globulus Blue gum eucalyptus, Tasmanian blue eucalyptus, Tasmanian blue gum Eucalyptus grandis Rose gum eucalyptus, tooler eucalyptus Eucalyptus nitens Shining eucalyptus, silvertop, shining gum Eucalyptus paniculata Gray ironbark eucalyptus, ironbark Eucalyptus pilularis Blackbutt eucalyptus Eucalyptus regnans Mountain ash eucalyptus, swamp gum, giant eucalyptus, giant gum

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 9 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Eucalyptus rudis Desert eucalyptus, moitch eucalyptus, desert gum Eucalyptus saligna Saligna eucalyptus, Sydney blue gum eucalyptus, flooded gum Eucalyptus sideroxylon Red ironbark eucalyptus, mulga ironbark eucalyptus, red ironbark Eugenia spp. Eugenia Euonymus alatus Winged euonymus, winged spindle tree Euonymus alatus 'Compactus' Winged euonymus, winged spindle tree Euonymus americanus Brook euonymus, strawberry bush, bursting heart Euonymus atropurpureus Easter wahoo, buring bush, wahoo Euonymus europaeus European euonymus, European spindle tree Euonymus obovatus Running euonymus, running strawberry bush Euonymus spp. Euonymus, spindle tree Fagus grandifolia American beech, beech Fagus sylvtica European beech Feijoa sellowiana Pineapple guava, feijoa Ficus carica Fig, common, fig tree Ficus spp. Fig Fraxinus americana Whiteash, biltmore ash, smallseed white ash Fraxinus caroliniana Carolina ash, waterash, swamp ash, pop ash Fraxinus excelsior European ash Fraxinus ornus Flowering ash, manna ash

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 10 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Fraxinus pauciflora Florida ash Fraxinus pennsylvanica Green ash, red ash, water ash, swamp ash, Darlington ash Fraxinus profunda Pumpkin ash, redash, swell-butt ash Fraxinus quadrangulata Blue ash Fraxinus spp. Ash Fraxinus uhdei Shamel ash, tropical ash, evergreen ash Fraxinus velutina Velvet ash, smooth ash, Tourney ash, leatherleaf ash Gardenia jasminoides Cape jasmine, common gardenia Gardenia jasminoides grandiflora Common gardenia Gardenia jasminoides radicans Dwarf gardenia Gardenia jasminoides veitchii Common gardenia Gelsemium sempervirens Carolina jessamine, evening trumpet flower Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo tree, maidenhair tree Gleditsia aquatica Water locust, swamp locust Gleditsia caspica Caspian locust Gleditsia japonica Japanese locust Gleditsia sinensis Chinese locust Gleditsia triacanthos Honey locust, sweet locust, honeyshuck Gleditsia x texana Texas locust, Texas honey locust Gordonia lasianthus Loblolly bay, bay, black laurel

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 11 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Hamamelis virginiana Witch hazel Helianthus debilis Dune sunflower Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Chinese hibiscus, Hawaiian hibiscus, rose-of-China, China rose Ilex aquifolium English holly, European holly, Oregon holly Ilex cassine Dahoon, cassina, cassine, cassena, yaupon Ilex cornuta Chinese holly, horned holly Ilex cornuta 'Bufordii Nana' Dwarf Burfordi holly Ilex cornuta 'Bufordii' Buford holly Ilex crenata Japanese holly, box-leaved holly Ilex glabra Inkberry, winterberry, gallberry, bitter gallberry, Appalachian tea Ilex opaca American holly Ilex verticillata Common winterberry, black alder, winterberry Ilex vomitoria Yaupon holly, cassina, cassena, cassine Ilex vomitoria 'Grey's Littleleaf' Grey's littleleaf yaupon Ilex vomitoria 'Schellings Dwarf' Schellings holly, dwarf yaupon Ilex x attenuata 'East Palatka' East Palatka holly Ilicium anisatum Anise, Chinese anise, Japanese anise tree Ilicium parvoflorum Anise tree Jasminum mulliflorum pubescens Downy jasmine Jasminum nitidum Star jasmine, angel-wing jasmine, windmill jasmine

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 12 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Juglans ailantifolia Siebold walnut, Japanese Walnut Juglans hindsii Hinds walnut, Hinds black walnut Juglans hindsii x Juglans regia Paradox hybrid walnut Juglans nigra Black walnut, American walnut, eastern black walnut Juglans regia Persian walnut, English walnut, Carpathian walnut, Madeira nut Juniperus 'BluePoint' Blue point juniper Juniperus chinensis 'Blue Vase' Blue vase juniper Juniperus chinensis 'Columnaris Glauca' Columnar glauca juniper Juniperus chinensis 'Hetzii' Hetzii Juniperus chinensis 'Humphreys Pride' Humphreys Pride juniper Juniperus chinensis 'Parsonii Variegata' Variegated Parsonii juniper Juniperus chinensis 'Pfitzerana Glauca' Blue phitzer Juniperus chinensis 'Sylvestris' Sylvester juniper Juniperus chinensis 'Torulosa' Hollywood juniper Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific' Blue pacific juniper Juniperus conferta 'Nana' Dwarf shore juniper Juniperus horizontalis 'Bar Harbor' Bar Harbor juniper Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltonii' Blue rug juniper, dwarf Waukegan juniper Juniperus procumbens 'Nana' Dwarf procumbens Juniperus prostrata variegata Variegated prostrata

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 13 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Kalmia latifolia Mountain laurel, calico bush, ivy, ivybush, spoonwood Koelreuteria paniculata Golden-rain tree, varnish tree Laburnum anagyroides Golden-chain laburnum, bean tree, golden-chain Lagerstroemia indica Crape myrtle Lantana camara Yellow lantana, yellow sage Lantana montevidensis Trailing lantana, weeping lantana, polecat geranium Leucophyllum frulescens Texas sage ceniza, barometer bush Leucothoe axillaris Leucothoe, fetterbush Ligustrum amurense Amur privet Ligustrum japonicum Waxleaf ligustrum, Japanese ligustrum, wax-leaf privet Ligustrum japonicum 'Howardii' Howards ligustrum Ligustrum japonicum 'Variegata' Variegated ligustrum Ligustrum sinense variegata Sinensis, variegated privet Lonicera dioica Limber honeysuckle, mountain honeysuckle Lonicera maackii Amur honeysuckle Lonicera morrowii Morrow honeysuckle Lonicera tatarica Tatarian honeysuckle, twin honeysuckle Magnolia acuminata Cucumber tree, cucumber magnolia Magnolia cordata Yellow cucumber tree Magnolia denudata Lily tree

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 14 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Magnolia faseri Fraser magnolia, mountain magnolia, ear-leaved umbrella tree Magnolia glauca Swamp bay Magnolia grandiflora Southern magnolia, evergreen magnolia, bull bay Magnolia macrophylla Largeleaf magnolia, large-leaved cucumber tree, great-leaved magnolia Magnolia soulangiana Saucer magnolia, Japanese magnolia, Chinese magnolia Magnolia tripetala Umbrella tree, umbrella magnolia Magnolia virginiana Sweet bay magnolia Mahonia aquifolium Oregon grape, Oregon holly grape, mountain grape, holly mahonia Mahonia bealei Leatherleaf mahonia Mahonia japonica Japanese mahonia Malus coronaria Sweet crab apple, American crab apple, wild sweet crab, wild crab Malus floribunda Japanese flowering crap apple, showy crab apple, purple chokeberry Malus ioensis Prairie crab apple, wild crab Malus spp. Apple Melia azedarach Chinaberry, bead tree, umbrella tree, China tree, pride-of-India Michelia figo Banana shrub Morus alba White mulberry, silkworm mulberry Morus alba 'Pendula' Weeping white mulberry Morus alba 'Tatarica' Russian mulberry Morus rubra Red mulberry, American mulberry

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 15 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Myrica cerifera Wax myrtle, southern bayberry, waxberry, candleberry Nerium oleander Oleander, rosebay, common oleander Photinia arbutifolia Christmas berry, toyon, tollon Photinia glabra Red top photinia, red leaf photinia, Japanese photinia Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin' Red top photinia, Fraser photinia Pieris floribunda Fetterbush Pieris floribunda 'Millstream' 'Millstream' fetterbush Pieris formosa var. Forrestii ? Pieris japonica Pieris, Japanese pieris, lily-of-the-valley bush Pieris japonica 'Daisen' 'Daisen' Japanese pieris Pieris japonica 'Valley Rose' 'Valley Rose' Japanese pieris Pieris japonica 'Variegata' Variegated Japanese pieris Pinus clausa Sand Pine Pinus echinata Short leaf pine, southern yellow pine, yellow pine, long-tag pine Pinus elliotii 'Densa' South Florida slash pine Pinus ellioti Slash pine, swamp pine, pitch pine, yellow slash pine Pinus glabra Spruce pine, cedar pine Pinus palustris Longleaf pine, southern pine, long straw pine, southern yellow pine Pinus radiata Radiata pine, Monterey pine Pinus serotina Pond pine, marsh pine

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 16 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Pinus strobus Eastern white pine, white pine, soft pine, Weymouth pine Pinus taeda Loblolly pine, old-field pine, frankincense pine Pithecellobium flexicaule Ebony blackbead, ebony apes-earring, Texas ebony Pithecellobium saman Raintree, monkeypod, saman, zamang, saman tree Pithecellobium unguis-cati Catclaw blackbead, cat's-claw, blackbead Pittosporum tobira Mock orange, pittosporum, Japanese pittosporum, Australian laurel Pittosporum tobira 'Variegata' Variegated mock orange, variegated pittosporum Pittosporum tobira 'Wheeleri' Dwarf mock orange, Wheeler's pittosporum Platanus acerilolia London plane Platanus occidentalis American sycamore, easter sycamore, buttonwood, buttonball Platanus orientalis European sycamore, Oriental plane Podocarpus macrophyllus Podocarpus, southern yew, yew pine, Japanese yew, Buddhist pine Populus alba White poplar, abele, silver-leaved poplar Populus deltoides 'Deltoides' Eastern cottonwood, eastern poplar, cottonwood, necklace poplar Populus euphratica Euphrates poplar, bahan, gharab-palk-saf-saf Populus heterophylla Swamp cottonwood, swamp poplar, cottonwood, black cottonwood Populus nigra 'Italica' Lombardy poplar, black poplar, European black poplar Populus tremula European aspen, tremble, zitterpappel Populus tremuloides Quaking aspen, aspen, golden aspen, mountain aspen, trembling aspen Prunus americana 'Americana' American plum, red plum, wild plum, August plum, goose plum, hog plum

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 17 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Prunus amygdalus Almond, sweet almond Prunus angustifolia Chickasaw plum, sand plum Prunus armeniaca Apricot Prunus avium Mazzard, sweet cherry gean, sweet cherry, bird cherry, gean Prunus besseyi Bessey cherry, western sand cherry, sand cherry Prunus caroliniana Cherry laurel, wild orange, mock orange Prunus cerasifera Myrobalan plum, cherry plum, Mariannan plum Prunus cerasus Sour cherry, pie cherry Prunus domestica Garden plum, plum, common plum, European plum Prunus persica Peach, common peach Prunus serotina Black cherry, rum cherry, wild cherry, wild black cherry Punica granatum 'Nana' Dwarf pomegranate Pyracantha coccinea 'Prostrata' Prostrate fire thorn Pyracantha coccinea 'Variegata' Variegated fire thorn Pyracantha koidzumii 'Victory' Red berry fire thorn Pyrus spp. Pear Quercus alba White oak Quercus falcata 'Falcata' Southern red oak, Spanish oak, red oak, Spanish red oak Quercus stellata Post oak, iron oak Quercus velutina Black oak, smooth bark oak, yellow oak, yellow-barked oak, quercitron

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 18 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Quercus virginiana Live oak, Virginia live oak, southern live oak Raphiolepis indica Indian hawthorn Rhododendron alabamense Southern upland white azalea, Alabama azalea Rhododendron austrinum Southern yellow azalea, Florida flame azalea Rhododendron canescens Southern pink azalea, pink pinxter azalea, Florida pinxter Rhododendron flavum Azalea pontica, pontic azalea Rhododendron indicum Azalea indica, macranthum azalea Rhododendrun japonicum Japanese azalea Rhododendrun kaempferi Kaempferi azalea, torch azalea Rhododendrun maximum Rosebay rhododendron, great rhododendron, great laurel, rosebay Rhododendrun nudiflorum Pinxterbloom azalea, pinxter flower, honeysuckle, purple honeysuckle Rhododendrun obtusum Kurume azalea, Hiryu azalea, Kirishima azalea Rhododendrun ponticum Pontic rhododendrun Rhododendrun simsii Formos azalea, Sim's azalea Rhododendrun viscosum Azalea viscosa, swamp honeysuckle, swamp azalea, white swamp azalea Rhus aromatica Fragrant sumac, lemon sumac, sweet-scented sumac, polecat bush Rhuscotinus 'Royal Purple' Red smoke tree Robinia fertilis Bristly locust Robinia hispida Rose acacia locust, moss locust, bristly locust, mossy locust Robinia pseudoacacia Black locust, yellow locust, false acacia

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 19 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Rosa canina Miniature rose, dog rose, brier rose, dog brier Rosa eglanteria Sweetbrier rose, elgantine Rosa multiflora Japanese rose, multiflora rose, baby rose Rosa setigera Prarie rose, climbing rose Rosa spp. Dwarf rose, rose, brier Rosa wichuraiana Wichura rose, memorial rose Salix babyloncia Weeping willow Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa' Corkscrew willow, dragon-claw willow Sansevieria cylindrica Spear sansevieria Sansevieria parva Kenya hyacinth Sansevieria trifasciata Snake plant, common sansevieria, mother-in-law's tongue Sansevieria trifasciata 'Banteus Sensation' White sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Futura' Futura sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Golden-Hahnii' Golden Bird's-nest sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Hahnii' Bird's-nest sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Laurentii Compacta' Compact goldband sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Laurentii' Goldband sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Moonshine' Moonshine sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Nelsonii' Nelson's sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Robusta' Robust sansevieria

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 20 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Sansevieria trifasciate 'Silver Hahnii' Silver bird's-nest sansevieria Sansevieria trifasciate 'Silver Queen' Silver queen sansevieria Severinia buxifolia 'Regens' Dwarf boxthorn, Chinese box orange Spiraea betulifolia 'Lucida' Birchleaf spirea, shinyleaf spirea, white spirea Spiraea x vanhouttei Bridal-wreath Syringa amurensis Amur lilac Syringa japonica Japanese lilac, Japanese tree lilac Syringa persica Persian lilac Syringa rothomagensis Chinese lilac Syringa villosa Late lilac Syringa vulgaris 'Charles Joly' Common lilac, old-fashioned lilac Taxus baccata English yew Taxus baccata 'Fastigiata aurea' English yew Taxus canadensis Canada yew, American yew, ground hemlock Taxus cuspidata Japanese yew Taxus cuspidata 'Compacta' Compact Japanese yew Taxus cuspidata 'Densiformis' Japanese yew Taxus cuspidata 'Intermedia' Intermediate Japanese yew Taxus floridana Florida yew Thuja occidentalis American aborvitae, eastern aborvitae, nothern white cedar

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 21 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Thuja orientalis Oriental aborvitae, Chinese aborvitae Tilia americana American basswood, American linden, basswood, whitewood Tilia cordata Littleleaf linden, winter linden, small-leaved European linden Torreya californica California torreya, California nutmeg, stinking yew Torreya taxifolia Florida torreya, stinking cedar, gopher-wood tree Ulmus alata Winged elm, cork elm, wahoo, wahoo elm, small-leaved elm Ulmus americana American elm, water elm, soft elm, white elm Ulmus americana 'Floridana' Florida elm Ulmus crassifolia Cedar elm, basket elm, red elm, southern rock elm Ulmus japonica Japanese elm Ulmus laevis Russian elm, spreading elm, European white elm Ulmus parvifolia Chinese elm Ulmus parvifolia sempervirens 'Drake' Drake elm Ulmus parvifolia sempervirens 'Weeping' Weeping evergreen elm Ulmus pumila Chinese elm, dwarf elm, Siberian elm Ulmus rubra Slippery elm, grey elm, red elm, soft elm Viburnum dentatum Southern arrowwood, arrowwood viburnum, arrowwood Viburnum lantana Wayfaring tree, twistwood Viburnum odoratissimum Sweet viburnum Viburnum suspensum Sandanka viburnum

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Lists of Plants on the Landscape Plant Propagation Database on IFAS/VAX 22 Table 1. Table 1. Plants on the LPPI in alphabetical order by scientific name. Scientific Name Common Name Vinca minor Periwinkle, common periwinkle, lesser periwinkle, myrtle Wedelia trilobata Wedelia Wisteria sinesis Wisteria, Chinese wisteria Yucca elata Soap tree yucca, soapweed, palmella, Spanish bayonet, datil Yucca filamentosa Yucca, Adam's-needle, needle palm Yucca filamentosa 'Variegata' Variegated yucca Yucca glauca Yucca, great plains yucca, Spanish bayonet, beargrass, soapweed